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Title:Spletno nasilje in njegov vpliv na osnovnošolce : magistrsko delo
Authors:Golić, Klara (Author)
Areh, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Stopnja spletnega nasilja se iz leta v leto povečuje in širi. Mladi vse več časa preživljajo pred računalniškimi zasloni, anonimnost spletnih platform pa jim daje zavetje in udobje, kar zvišuje pojavnost medvrstniškega nasilja. Možnost prekrivanja prave identitete daje posameznikom dodatno moč in samozavest, stopnja spletnega nasilja pa tako hitro preseže meje »tradicionalnega« nasilja. Za nastanek slednjega se mora posameznik javno izpostaviti in tvegati posledice morebitnega zavračanja. Svetovni splet daje posamezniku možnost, da nasilje izvaja iz udobja svoje varne cone, neizpostavljen in zaščiten pred pogledi širše družbe. To posledično povečuje število izvajalcev spletnega medvrstniškega nasilja, saj se v vlogi nasilneža znajdejo tudi posamezniki, ki se v »realnem svetu« ne bi upali javno izpostavljati in izvajati nasilje. Po podatkih projekta Odklikaj! je bilo v letu 2018 spletnemu nasilju izpostavljenih 56 % učenk in 50 % učencev tretje triade (Dretnik, 2019). Za raziskavo so bili formirani trije vprašalniki, in sicer za učence in profesorje ter za kriminalistko oddelka za mladoletniško kriminaliteto (Sektor splošne kriminalitete) v dolenjski regiji. Raziskava je pokazala, da je spletno nasilje prisotno med učenci in učenkami tako nižjih kot višjih razredov in zajema izjemno širok spekter nasilnih dejavnosti.
Keywords:nasilje, medvrstniško nasilje, spletno okolje, spletno nasilje, mladostniki, osnovnošolci, analize, magistrska dela
Year of publishing:2021
Year of performance:2021
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[K. Golić]
Number of pages:IX, 108 str., [14] str. pril.
Source:Ljubljana
UDC:343.9:343.62(043.2)
COBISS_ID:54670595 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:X2ASIWDV
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Licensing start date:29.01.2021

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Language:English
Title:Cyberbulling and its impact on primary school students
Abstract:The amount of cyber bullying is increasing annually and to a larger extent. The youth are spending more and more time behind computer screens and the anonymity of website platforms is giving them comfort and security, which prompts peer violence. The option of hiding their identity is giving individuals additional strength and self-confidence and this combination quickly exceeds the levels of ‘’traditional’’ bullying. With ‘’traditional’’ bullying individuals have to publicly expose themselves, while the web gives them the option of harassing their victims from their safe space, without exposure and protected from other people’s judgement. As a result, the number of cyber bullies is increasing, because there are individuals that wouldn’t dare to publicly expose themselves in the real world and hence wouldn’t bully other people. The data gathered in the project Odklikaj! shows, that in the year 2018, 56 % of female students and 50 % of male students were exposed to cyber bullying in the last three years of primary school (Dretnik, 2019). For the needs of the research three survey were created. One for the students, one for the professors and one for the youth detective from the Dolenjska region. The research showed that cyber bullying is present among students from lower as well as from higher grades, regardless of their sex. It also showed that it includes a vast range of violent activities.
Keywords:cyber bullying, cyber harassment, cyber aggression, primary school students, peer violence


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